The Center for Academic Success provides learning strategies for academic success. Located in the Joseph F. Smith Library, Room 134, you can contact them by email.
In need of crisis support? Visit Counseling Services' web page for more information.
The main priority of the Dean of Students is to facilitate student development and achievement. To achieve this goal the dean chairs various committees whose membership include administration, faculty, and students. Though these committees and their discussions, provides a conduit for implementing and uniformity in policy and procedures that will benefit all students populations.
Financial Aid & Scholarship can help make a degree financially possible for every qualified BYU–Hawaii student. Federal financial aid is just one part of a payment strategy that should include money saved by the family and student for attending school.
Club Dining is happy to meet the needs of students with allergies or other dietary needs. Club Dining has an allergen and gluten-free zone, so you will feel comfortable and safe choosing the food you need. Even if you are allergic to nuts, fish, shellfish, eggs, dairy, wheat, or soy, there are food options for you to enjoy! Please note that vegetarian and gluten-free options are served at every meal.
The Brigham Young University–Hawaii Health Center is centrally located and provides medical care to all students, their dependents, and DMBA managed care participants who have identified the university doctor as their primary care provider. Staffing includes a board-certified family practice physician, a physician assistant, registered nurses, medical assistants, and a full front office staff. Most health conditions can be treated at the Health Center, and specialty care is referred out to a network of specialists.
Residential Life offers several living options to assist students with their housing needs.
BYU–Hawaii Title IX is dedicated to creating a campus community that is safe and respectful. BYU–Hawaii constantly strives to ensure a peaceable environment for learning, working and living that promotes equal opportunity and non-discrimination for all. Further, BYU–Hawaii is committed to protecting students, faculty, staff, and visitors from any form of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, misconduct or violence.